1. yumdimsum's Avatar
    Hi all,
    I'm a new BB user and I've been using my BB 8320 for about a month now and loving it...I've noticed that there's some dust particles inside the screen...is there a way to get rid of the dust?
    02-21-08 05:36 PM
  2. daddybear's Avatar
    whatever you do...

    DO NOT submerge your blackberry into warm soapy water and hope it comes out clean and shiny...

    ...and still functioning...

    ...and DON'T ask me how I know...

    -db

    if you are technologically saavy you can disassemble and blow a little canned air at it...
    02-21-08 05:38 PM
  3. cate's Avatar
    ^^ hahaha.

    i, also, know that's an unwise move.
    02-21-08 06:01 PM
  4. daddybear's Avatar
    :yeah cate.. when the tech at the verizon store opens the back and water pours out..the trick is to look innocent...

    "how did THAT get in there? water? what water?"

    -db

    02-21-08 06:05 PM
  5. yumdimsum's Avatar
    I've almost tried that, good thing I asked first. Seriously though, canned air won't damage my berry?
    02-21-08 06:55 PM
  6. cate's Avatar
    :yeah cate.. when the tech at the verizon store opens the back and water pours out..the trick is to look innocent...

    "how did THAT get in there? water? what water?"

    -db

    i usually just giggle and bat my eyelashes.

    then they kick me out of the store.

    the end!

    :] lol
    02-21-08 07:00 PM
  7. Alienware_51's Avatar
    I've almost tried that, good thing I asked first. Seriously though, canned air won't damage my berry?
    Canned air won't damage your Berry. I use it on mine everyday
    02-21-08 07:02 PM
  8. Click's Avatar
    I've almost tried that, good thing I asked first. Seriously though, canned air won't damage my berry?
    No it wont hurt your berry. Here is how you take your berry apart
    02-21-08 07:10 PM
  9. broomhilda's Avatar
    I have mine wrapped.in saran wrap. Haven't had any problems yet. Thenja for the tip though.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    02-21-08 07:12 PM
  10. yumdimsum's Avatar
    thanks guys, I'll give it a try...
    02-21-08 07:26 PM
  11. jrvick's Avatar
    thanks guys, I'll give it a try...
    I have the same dust problem. Were you able to clean out your dust? If so, how?
    02-23-08 12:44 PM
  12. lush242000's Avatar
    :yeah cate.. when the tech at the verizon store opens the back and water pours out..the trick is to look innocent...

    "how did THAT get in there? water? what water?"

    -db

    Or when you drop it in wet concrete, hose it off, let it dry for two days on your desk, and then take it into the service center and say, "i don't know what happened....", then the guys brings it back to you and ask why there is sand inside it.......umm, yea, i'll just go ahead and buy a new one, thanks for trying......
    02-23-08 02:55 PM
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